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to washington. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. the obama administration's cash for clunkers program is looking for a $2 billion refill. the senate is expected to vote before it goes on august recess whether to approve more money for rebates that have encouraged tens of thousands of people to trade in their own gas guzzlers for new more fuel efficient cars. white house correspondent wendell goler is live with an update. good evening, wendell. >> chris, this legislation passed by a 3-1 margin in the house an harry reid is confident he has the votes to pass it in the senate but lawmakers are spending hours debating amendments they know will be rejected just to get their objections on the record before they go home for the august break. as of yesterday, the clunkers program had burned through three-quarters of the billion dollars congress initially appropriated, suggesting the original $4 billion authorization the house wanted was a closer estimate of the program's appeal and its cost. gp was the big winner with 17.8 p% of the cash for clunkers car sales. >> it has been a madhouse, peop
-- bret: ready for the e-mails. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. we will see you tomorrow. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- shepard: protesters protesters n hall meetings, challenging the president's health-care proposals, and today, it got a fiery. the news starts now. the showdowns so far -- explosive. >> wait a minute. >> you and your cronies in the government do this kind of stuff all the time. shepard: today, president obama got a chance to hold a town hall meeting of his own. >> i do hope that we will talk with each other and not over each other. shepard: now, what happened when the president took his turn. shepard: well, tonight, we are seeing an epidemic. it is dark, i know, but we will fix it. it mirrors some of the dark rage and rhetoric in america. supporters of president obama -- supporters and critics of president obama's proposed health-care reform have been shouting at each other all across america. democrats have been arranging some of these meetings to sell president o
was gunned down in his own home. >> a hot august afternoon was disturbed by gunfire thursday. bret henry heard three loud booms. >> i ducked, a heard a truck go by. i thought it was a truck. it was gun shots. >> henry's next door neighbor dante gunther was shot and killed in his home. police say someone knocked on his front door. when gunther looked out his front window, he was shot three times. >> everybody was upset. everybody wath was out here. his good friend lives next door to me. he was hysterical about it. >> he is a nice gay. stayed to himself. -- he was a nice guy. he stayed to himself. >> neighbors dame by to -- came by to offer condolences. a group has been working to revitalize the neighborhood. some fear this violence is the beginning of a trend in the other direction. >> everything was good for a while, and then it is just starting back up. i hope it don't get any worse. >> baltimore police say they have no suspects so far in begun they are's murder. in the news room, kim dacey. >> baltimore police are investigating what could be the city's 133rd homicide this year. office
the town of manhattan. greta: there is some noise in the background. what is that? >> they are -- bret: is "they -- greta: who is "date -- "they"? >> the libyans. it is supposed to be the second residents of the libyan ambassador to the united states. for years, the building was completely and utterly derelicts. it was overgrown, a community eyesore, and about three months ago, it sprung to life -- and utterly derryl at -- derelict. when youç are a middle eastern and dictator, whose regime set afloat of an ocean of oil, and youç have a lot of money to spend, even for your two-week jaunt in new jersey. muammar qaddafi has the habit of pitching is bedouin tent under which to receive visitors when he travels abroad. he had no place to pitch in that tent. he asked for a permit in central park and was turned down. if you looked at the level of expenditure that is going on here, you can see is staggering. it was a derelict property. it did not have a roof. this fence is brand new. my offense was taken down without my having been informed, without my permission, without my authorization -
but first bret baier previews what is on "special report" tonight. >> coming up, the nomination for the fed chairman for a second term comes on the same day the white house releases details of massive deficits for years to come and dismal unemployment projections. join me at the top of the hour for "special report," but now, back to glenn beck. glenn: this week we're doing a special series of shows. on phi day, i'm going to give you a -- on friday, i'm going to give you a plan of action. what do you do with all this information? many people will make this about anything other than what it really is, and that is honest questions. it came from a line that i read in a letter from thomas jefferson. "question with boldness." you may not get a ton of answers. i hope you are, but hopefully we will at least raise questions. i want you to get a notepad and take notes this week. do your own homework. i have done my own homework. these are the things that i have found, but now you need to carry it on, because there aren't ra lot of people carrying this water in america right now. it is your country, t
in santa claire ravment glenn beck returns in a moment but first bret baier previews what is on "special report" tonight. >> the president traveled today to mexico. we will show you a part of that country largely controlled by a drug cartel known as "the family," plus what is next for afghanistan? join me in about 26 minutes for "special report." now back to glenn. >> hello, america. we will bring you the stories now that the media and government are just not using their head. a section of the healthcare reform bill bringing better access to people who don't speak english. getting involved, don't be shocked here, community organizations t calls for a study to give three-year grants to improve communication between providers and beneficiaries who are, quote, living in communities where racial and ethnic communities in populations that face language barriers are underserved with respect to such services. gee, this sounds like cloward and piven. maybe somebody should google cloward and piven and read up on it. up to $500,000 grants will go to providers and as the bill reads, priority will b
. now bret baier previews what is on "special report," tonight. >> the white house asks americans to report fishy e-mails about healthcare reform. that sets off republicans, an hugo chavez threatens war based on a specific u.s. action. now back to glenn beck. glenn: well, hello, america. there are a lot of dumb stories about politicians trying to use power and ip influence instead of using your head, but let's try it. first story out of california, following a trial after 14 years of deliberations, california has been ordered to reduce the number of inmates by 30%, unfortunately 40,000 prisoners. they need to do it over the next two years, and the state must have a man to do it by mid september. federal judges say conditions due to overcrowding are unconstitutional and amount to cruel and unusual punishment. the judges stopped short of calling for a release of prisoners, but they gave the state just a couple of weeks to come up with a plan. california is out of money. remember, this is the place where they tried to balance the budget, in part, by letting 27,000 nonviolent prisoner
like it. i'd like to go to the land of linco lincoln. bret? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> caller: here's my stock, buckle, bke. >> between aeropostal and buckle, any weakness, i say buy. but they have distinguished themselves in this decline as having momentum and doing a good job. i include urban and tjx, but you know how i feel about tjx going forward. congratulations mr. bernanke. congratulations consumer to feeling the good idea to buy a home. congratulations investors. what the hell. >>> coming up, one upgrade and one downgrade, how do you sort it all out? turn to cramer as he decide one stock has run out of steam or just start to go heat up. >>> plus it's a competition of warehouse proportions, a week-long competition continues as cramer pits two stocks against each other to find out if either one has what it takes to be crowned discount king. >>> and later, cramer puts the charts against the fundamentals on an all new "off the charts." all coming up on "mad money." i'm racing cross country in this small sidecar, but i've still got room for the internet. with my new netbook from
we go to bret baier with a what is coming coming up on "special report." >> is the president's pledge to not raise taxes on families making under $250,000 a year? join me in 30 minutes for "special report." now back to glenn. >> glenn: hello, america! this time we have been doing the hot list, but we decided to completely change it up or just rename it to "use your he head," bringing you stories where people in washington just aren't using their head. we begin in california. surprise, surprise! you might not believe this story. it's even too crazy for california, but here we go. they're trying to close their $26 billion short shortfall. they voted on the latest budget deal which included a proposal which would allow oil drilling off the coast of santa barbara. why would you do that? the measure passed the state senate, and then moved to the assembly. on july 24th, it was killed by a vote of 43-28, but then something very strange happened. the assembly voted to expunge the record -- or the vote from the record. they erased who voted and how they voted, from the public record. apparentl
bret: çi thought you would like that one. that is it for "special report." we will see you back here tomorrow. >> charges in the case of the murdered model. plus, the man who bombed flight 1 03 goes home. i am jon scott. the news starts now. >> the man killed 270 people. jon: a man is released on compassionate grounds in scotland, but little for those whose lives he ripped apart. >> where is our compass? where is our spine? i am sick over this. jon: the lockerbie bombing goes home to libya. and -- >> i am live at the white house, and i am joined by the president of the united states. jon: and senator john kennedy -- ted kennedy. the lion of the senate makes a request. but first, the man convicted in one of the most notorious terrorist attacks in our history, walks out of prison. abdelbaset ali mohmet al- megrahi covered his face as he flew from scotland to his home of libya. he was found guilty in 2001 of the bombing that killed all of the people on board the airplane, including many american college students and 11 people on the ground. the pan am flight was scheduled to fly fr
be near bermud week. bret baier now previews his >> hi, patti ann. coming up, the administration tries to insist their message has not changed on a government-run public option for health insurance. and what exactly is a co-op? what are the pros and cons? we had bake it down in 28 minutes. now back to glenn. glenn: welcome to the glenn beck program. we have nancy grace, author of "the 11th victim. " it is on sale everywhere, and my old comrade in arms. good to see you. >> it is wonderful to see you, glenn. glenn: nancy, you were always very kind to me. >> likewise. glenn: i preesh crate that. i really do. before we get to the book, i have to say somebody called me, a lady named katie abrams. she is a mom. her husband has a small business. they work together, et cetera, et cetera, but basically she is a stay-at-home mom. she went this week to meet with senator arlen specter at that town hall. she was one of the people selected to talk. she spoke. she was very eloquent. she was very calm, but she said "i'm afraid for my country. you guys aren't even listening." another network -- not min
but first bret baier previews "special report. " >> washington reacts to kennedy's death and what the former c.i.a. inspect inspector general is saying about dick cheney. join me at top of the hour for "special report," but now back to glenn beck. glenn: this week, we're doing a special series of shows. our theme is from a line i read a long time ago from thomas jefferson to his nephew peter carr. he said "question with boldness even the very existence of god, for if there be a god he must surely honor serious honest questions over blindfolded fear." i don't know how many answers i will give you but i will raise many questions. so far, we haven't had any, and the silence is deafening. sure, they're tearing me apart, but none of the facts. write what you learn on this show down. write these questions down, and demand answers, because it's not a my america that we're talking about here. it's all of ours -- left, right, democrat, republican. all of our freedom of speech is on the ropes, and questioning your government is not only important, it is, in a democratic republic, which i think we stil
. how do you want to distribute the cupcakes with greta: by the way, it is also our colleague bret baier's birthday -- distribute the cup dates? -- cupcakes? well, we are hearing president obama has a special birthday wish, and it does not involve his vice president. and it's a turn for the better. ♪ i'm cool like that, i'm cool like that ♪ [ female announcer ] tide coldwater. it's specially formulated to clean in cold better than the other brand does in warm. ♪ cool like that and by washing in cold, you can save up to $10 on your energy bill with every 100 oz bottle. and that's cool. tide coldwater. get out of the old and into the cold. ♪ i'm cool like that most people try to get rid of algae, and we're trying to grow it. the algae are very beautiful. they come in blue or red, golden, green. algae could be converted into biofuels... that we could someday run our cars on. in using algae to form biofuels, we're not competing with the food supply. and they absorb co2, so they help solve the greenhouse problem, as well. we're making a big commitment to finding out... just how much a
on "special report." bret: more heated town hall meetings accost the country and now the democratic committee insists they all manufactured events. it is coming up in about 30 minutes. now back to glenn beck. >> glenn: today is his birthday! ♪ happy birthday to him yeah. president obama. sweet 48. buddy. ok. this time is the time i usually reserve for the hot list, but we have renamed it, because, whoops, the cake fell out of the camera. never mind. no, it didn't. no, don't look there. we have decided it's time to use your head, bringing you the stories where americans mainly the media and definitely the government are not using their heads. in northern virginia, the only saudi-funded school in the united states, saudi-funded school, the islamic saudi academy, just won approval from the fairfax county board of supervisors to expand its campus. now, some critics were concerned about the traffic. others nit-picked about, you know, the school's strict adherence to traditional islamic law, you know, anti-american, blah blah blah blah blah. county officials said their decision was based on zonin
doesn't show signs of strengthening. glenn beck returns in a most, but first bret baier previews tonight's "special report." are pakistani nuclear sites really safe? new info about taliban attacks you haven't heard about, and rush limbaugh weighs in on the panel. join me at the top of the hour for "special report." now back to glenn. glenn: hello, america. tonight we're doing a special show, and i urge you to take this and bring it to your friends, show it to your friends. pass on the information that you see here. r.j. pastreto, and carter sneed and john hoff, former health and human services official in the bush administration are here. we're talking about healthcare. today, i saw the president give his speech, and he said, you know, some of these guys on that other network that are always trying to dig at me say i'm going to snuff out your grandma. i believe he was -- i believe he may have been talking about me, which i don't believe he is going to try to kill your grandmother, and consequently, guys, i think he is talking about you. >> guilt by association. glenn: guilt by associatio
- inflammatories actually suppress this enzyme. >> reporter: dr. bret says he would suggest aspirin therapy to colon cancer patients. something cindy is very open to. >> i would definitely be very proactive in taking. that. >> reporter: it's a simple, painless step that could add years to her life. in los angeles, teri okita, wjz eyewitness news. >> experts say you should begin getting screened for colon cancer at the age of 50 or even sooner if colorectal disease runs in your family. >>> blowing the prius out of the water. the chevy volt could be the first american vehicle ever to achieve fuel economy. why gm says it could change. >>> how had pachyderm got out of a tight squeeze. >>> bob turk. the first warning weather center. showers coming back our way. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. >>> and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories at wjz.com at this hour. for updates on the day's news, and the day's forecast, log onto wjz.com. it's a revolution in pain relief. (announcer) new icy hot medicated roll. for wherever you hurt. icy to dull pain, hot to relax it
, a local hospital test as new vaccine to prevent the recurrence of brets cancer. >> and the help wanted sign goes on " >>> here's some. top stories making news on the web today. >> a court appointed trust see keeping tabs on what bernard madoff's wife is spending. she can't spend more than $100 without tell tells the truth at the. the move follows bernie madoff's conviction for running a ponzi scheme. ruth madoff has not been charged, but was forced to leeft couple's upscale apartment. >>> a bizarre series of burglars in boston has police on alert. a man walked in to an unlocked apartment and stole a laptop computer but not before stripping off his clothes. investigators say after fleeing the apartment complex, blow into a nearby house and did the same thing. the manager of apartment building isn't sure who the intruder got in, but said the locks have since been changed. >>> a dog was missing a for nine years is finally reunited with its other than. muffy was found more than 1200 miles away from her home in australia on a scrap of cardboard in a backyard in melbourne. muffy apparently h
in class. fox's bret larson plains how to do that. >> reporter: college, a time to studdie and a time to make a little extra cash. >> if you have good notes that you are already taking anyway for class, you can upload them and get points from the notes and with the points, you can get money. >> reporter: you heard right. carolyn sang is taking and sharing notes on-line and make a little extra money on the side with a new web site grade guru.com. >> you can find notes from people at your school who are taking the same class with the same professor. so can you literally just be study for the same test. >> what we are doing is rewarding what we think are the academic thought leaders so students who have great notes and are prepared to share their effective study methods with others get reward by points. students, when they're struggling or a little bit unsure what is expected of them in their classes turn to their peers for help. >> reporter: in its infancy, grade guru has already become a popular spot for students to stop and sre notes and sees says. knowing someone is will be to pay a
and bret who are watching us from the control room. visiting us today. thanks for joining us. and thanks for joining us for us, as well. if you are watching from home, i want you to know the outer loop is slow from georgia. 15 to 20 minute commute. taking you to the district. inbound new york avenue at the times building where a crash activity is reported. slow to bladensburg road and 8th and florida is where we have another wreck. watch for crews and use caution. checking on virginia's i-395. below speed from the capital beltway to seminary. that's probably an 11-minute drive so far. using the brakes again from the pentagon to the 14th street bridge. next up, what's up here on 66, better news, an accident at route 28 is clear. however, going westbound another accident there off to the left shoulder so all lanes are getting by. wrap it up with 95 northbound and switch that camera to virginia. our buddy alex tells us near lorton to watch for construction. right now volume light. no incidents or accidents to report along the way. that's a quick look at traffic. andrea, over to you. >>> som
with james brown for an exclusive interview. bret is back with the interview. it sits down in its entirety at 7:00 here on wusa9.com. >>> until a few weeks ago, he was alexandria's police chief. right now david baker is headed for a five day stay in jail for drunk driving. bruce leshan reports the judge gave the former chief a few hours to get his things in order before plead guilty this morning. >> reporter: from the heights of power to the depths of jail. he handed him the minimum of five days behind bars after he slammed in to another driver last month at i-66 and north fairfax drive. the officer, who arrested the former alexandria my police chief said he wreaked of alcohol and that while he said he had just two beers he failed four sobriety tests and blew a .19. nearly two and a halftimes the legal limit. >> he used bad judgment, drank too much, got behind the wheel of a car and he has paid what i think is a disproportionate price for it. >> reporter: his virginia driving privileges are suspended, resigned as police chief and will have to pay a $300 fine. he dodged the cameras here at
: that part got their attention. alisyn: it did. that man joins us now live on the phone. good morning, bret. , good morning. >> bret, what had you so fired up at that town hall meeting? >> what had myself and many others fired up is what's going on with this bill and why they are pushing this bill through without even reading this thing. i'm sitting at home on my couch and talking with my family for the last couple months about what can we do about this? what can we do? there is nothing we can do but email our senators and congressman or what have you. and we decided it's time to stand up and get out to these town hall meetings. it's the only weapons we have. brian: bret, were you upset that your senator was at the table with democrats like max bachus with the senate finance committee trying to be at the table during this process and didn't walk away like senator hatch? >> no. that's not the issue that i have. i understand that you have to be in the room to know what's going on. what my problem is is that he said he would not vote for a bill or sign a bill the way it is presented right now.
. he should. bill: of course i deny it. that is ridiculous. shep smith, bret baier, myself, and many others have nothing to do with it. come on. bill: you know, hang in there. if it is right, you will get the proposal. how about our website? most importantly, that is the talking. memo on it. it is a good one tonight about how nbc news is in league with the president. oreilly@foxnews.com, oreilly@foxnews.com. name and town if you wish to go on. when writing to us, do not be a nebbish. that is it for us today. i am bill o'reilly. we hope you check it out. right a little comment to ge. keep at polite, you know? we will see you billoreilly.com premium members on the post-game show. we hope to see you next time. remember, the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking out for you. looking out for you.
is expecting twins. bret lieberman is a close friend of sergeant cahir. they worked together. we don't do this enough. this guy was like us in a way but better. i mean, he was a journalist. he ran for office. tell me about your friend. this guy just got killed in afghanistan. >> yeah. he wasn't like us in the sense that he didn't like to be on the sidelines. everything he did he wanted to change something, be involved. he didn't want to just cover the news at a school. he went to work on the hill. he wanted to change things. he worked for ted kennedy there. he became a journalist. he serves the community. he really cared about the communities he covered. just completely dedicated to the facts. after 9/11 like aa lot of people he was touched by what happened. wanted to make a difference but he didn't want to just cover it. he wanted to be actively making a difference. felt the best way to do that was join the marines and he was 34 at the time. >> he had to push the age thing. >> he had to get a waiver, get permission, and, you know, he had to give up a career. he was a reservist, i was abl
. and thinks his policies are bad. but, in totality, with shepard smith coming at 7:00. with bret baire coming at 6:00, you have a presentation that's not overtly hostile to president obama. what we -- what the contention is is that we glorify the protesters. but that's bull. we just don't demean them like all the other networks do. so i'm trying to get in my mind why the obama people don't see this as a negative toward them. a fight with fox hurts them. helps our ratings, hurts their ratings. but they continue, i think, to make an issue of it. >> well, i mean, the one time during the presidency was the one interview did with john harwood. now, i know other cable networks when they hear the president say cable chatter think the president is talking about them. many think the president is talking about us. during one of his recent town meetings, he said, you know, if you go across cable and you stop your remote at a certain channel you know you hear critical things. bill: of course that's fox. >> of course that's fox. bill: ant you don't get, i quund stand and you correct me if i am wrong, you
. glenn beck returns in a moment but first a preview of what is on "special report" tonight. bret: that prosecutor looking into specific c.i.a. interrogations, will he be limited to that? and what is in the thousands of dowlts documents released today? dick cheney's request is. join me in 20 minutes for "special report" but now back to glenn beck. glenn: america, i am asking you to do yourself a favor, even if you disagree with me. i want you to call your friends and i want you to have them watch this special. it's a special that is going to be running at this time all the way through friday. it is a series called "the new republic, america's future." apparently the old one wasn't good enough so america is now being transformed. our president promised us he would do that. those were his words -- transforming america. well, i think we need to ask some questions and questions need to be answered before we let this government continue to steamroll over us. one area i have a lot of questions on is czars, and i want to start with one czar tonight, because we're talking tonight about th
to washington. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. we begin tonight with more on the issue of privacy, and how the white house obtained e-mail addresses for hundreds of people who never gave them to the administration to get information on healthcare reform. senior white house correspondent major garrett tried to he get some answers thursday from the president's chief spokesman. he has the latest now on his continuing investigation. >> i would be interested to see who you got that e-mail from and whether or not they're on the list. >> well, you're asking me if they are on a list. i can't double-check without the list. >> fox news has received hundreds ofest mails who say that this letter from david axelrod landed in their in-box without them having requested any communication whatsoever from the obama white house. fox has repeatedly offered to share e-mail addresses with gibbs to find out how the recipients landed on the whiteh. gibbs has declined to respond. some recipients like lou pore that of uta are irked. >> it is not a function of the white house to get somebody's e-mail address, and do
and over a million people who trust liberty medical. >> i'm bret baier in washington. three men have been indicted in what justice department officials say is the largest hacking and identity theft case prosecuted. the men are accused of stealing 130 million credit card numbers and breaching security at major corporate identities. one of those accused was once an informant for the secret service. the first hurricane of this year he's atlantic season is picking up strength. hurricane bill has wind speeds topping 90 miles per hour as it heads towards bermuda. tropical storm claudette has been downgraded to a tropical depression after making landfall at fort walden beach, florida. officials have changed the administration's approach of getting and sending e-mails about healthcare reform based on a story we first brought you here. we'll explain it all in "special report," plus the countdown to elections in afghanistan. join me in 26 minutes, but now, we'll head back to glenn beck in new york. glenn: welcome to our special on the death of small business in america. small businesses are respons
how you are doing as the season approaches and what do you think of bret favre coming back? >> talking about coach dungy, there have been transitions and fortunately the new coach has been here years under the coach and he will coach from the same principals and same book as tony dungy as well as bringing his personal flavor. it won't be on the sidelines and his presence will still be felt. players will use a lot of technique that is the coach used in the individual careers and positions. we will miss him even though it feels like he will be with us. as far as bret favre, i have to say i'm not surprised that he's coming back. i don't know if anybody should be. last year was probably a little more of a concern because he was in the afc and now back in the nfc. he is eli's problem in the giants and the packers and the bears and those guys' problems. >> that's a nice handoff. >> it's a little dramatic. i'm kind of the non-drama guy. i try to -- i have to be on tv, but usually by force and not by choice. it has been dramatic, but we will see how it all plays out. >> do you hear it from the
overhaul. it has never been used for health care reform. bret bair joins us now. we call it the nuclear option because, in essence, this is a civil war in the senate. clear battle lines have been drawn. the democrats on one side. the democrats on the other. that is the way it is. >> it is important to point out that republicans have used this numerous times before. for a massive package like health care reform that is more than 1/6 of the nation's economy, there are lots of people, both democrats and republicans who say they should not be used in this piece of legislation. we are still a number of steps away from that, if senate majority leader harry reid decides he wants to use reconciliation. you would have to get over a number of hurdles. it is not clear that the health- care bill can make it over those hurdles that have been set up in the legislative process. the top hurdle is the piece of legislation has to be paid for for five years and has to be a deficit neutral after that. as we have seen, that is not the case with what is on the table right now. trace: what about the political
. bret, carl cameron was covering it a little bit earlier. what is latest on massachusetts politics? >> carl listed a number of people who could fill that seat, and one of them is vicki kennedy, and said to friends and family that she is not interested. but you do not know after this is over whether stepping into that role is a possibility. others -- the list is fairly long of possibilities there but the big question for massachusetts is rather whether they will change along. it was originally at the request of senator kennedy that the governor not a point in replacement and that the election happened within 145 at 160 days. that was meant to prevent mitt romney from 20 republican -- appointing a republican. weeks ago, senator kennedy's family sent a letter to the legislature there to see if they could change it back for this appointment. we will see what happens. my guess is that they make a change and have the governor appoint a replacement, and there are lots of possibilities, a long list. i do want to mention about the funeral mass, we have confirmation now from church officials
questioners. we will watch john mccain and then talked to bret and bill about what is going on. trace: hot temperatures in arizona. a sentence this model to be caned. now, the judge made a critical decision. that is coming up. jane: we're learning more from cia documents about terror plot that have been foiled. that intensified this battle over how effective the cia interrogations program has been. brian has been looking at the documents. any surprises? >> the most important thing is the assessment of the unnamed person who wrote one document in 2003. his assessment was that the interrogations program had been an absolute success. the bottom line is that these documents will be scrutinized. there will be plenty of debate over whether the techniques were too harsh or whether interrogators went too far, and it is important to note that some information they got in those interrogations' broke up a big plot against the u.s. against allies. most of this has been reported over the past several years, but buried in the just-released documents are new details. there were al qaeda plans for 9/11-ty
this on friday's special report. the only time i saw the camera cut back to bret, he was crying. thank you for letting us poached that. coming up on happening now -- rick: harry reid is looking towards the next election. that is right after the break. ♪ too bad i didn't know my credit was whack ♪ ♪ 'cause now i'm driving off the lot in a used sub-compact. ♪ ♪ f-r-e-e, that spells free credit report dot com, baby. ♪ ♪ saw their ads on my tv ♪ thought about going but was too lazy ♪ ♪ now instead of looking fly and rollin' phat ♪ ♪ my legs are sticking to the vinyl ♪ ♪ and my posse's getting laughed at. ♪ ♪ f-r-e-e, that spells free- credit report dot com, baby. ♪ (announcer) what are you going to miss when you have an allergy attack? achoo! (announcer) benadryl is more effective than claritin at relieving your worst symptoms. and works when you need it most. benadryl. you can't pause life.
shimon peres and here's a preview of his one-on-one conversation with fox news correspondent bret baier. >> just yesterday, a rocket was fired from here, landing somewhere out here. >> yes. yes. yes. yes. the story is... if this fire the rocket, we -- reply immediately. >> you are stand hearing and looking at this and they can see you at this location and do you get word? >> no, i think they wanted to hit because they know immediately, we will have retaliation, and then, there is an unwritten game, between us and them and you know if they won't respect it, then, pay heavily. >> gregg: the exclusive interview with president peres will air tomorrow night, 6:00 p.m. eastern time, a special report live from jerusalem. >> we are look at the final resting place of senator edward kennedy, laid to rest in arlington national cemetery, near his two brothers. at the head of his gravesite a simple white oak cross identical to the one of his brother, and list his full name with birth and death dates and all three are buried near the eternal flame lit for j.f.k. and in the military cemetery. >> gregg
of the fans. the last thing i want to tell you about, in wisconsin, remember how bret favre said he was ready to play football -- we just have confirmed that he is on his way, on a flight to the minnesota vikings. if all goes well in a perfect world, his agent says, he will sign. can you imagine having to walk across the border in viking country and see him where a viking uniform? where has the world on? jon: some pretty troubling passport camera from minneapolis. it is leading to an investigation. the tape shows daryl dinkins being pulled over for a traffic stop. a whole bunch of cops are punching and kicking him and even pulled out eight taser at one point. the police chief and minneapolis says there is a cause for concern, but they stopped short of saying what they did. he was pulled over why? >> he said he was at a stoplight. >> so they get out of the car, and declined is taken down and five other officers show up? >> that is right. it proceeded to punch and kick and elbow him. jon: i guess the question is, what did he say or do? for some time, they said, it does look good, but some time
pursue their dream in an america that is more equal and more just, including myself. martha: bret bair, this news, although everybody knew it was likely to be coming, it sinks in in many parts of the country, and is felt so strongly in washington. he and his family made civil rights the hallmarks of what he did. how is his loss felt where you are? >> there is outpouring of response from both sides of the ideal. when you look at his 36-year career, it's banned overtime presidencies. he authored or coauthored 2500 pieces of legislation. they were big pieces of legislation. as you mentioned, the civil rights legislation, title 9, cobra. some people say that you can measure a man by what his adversaries say about him. there are a lot of republicans who ideologically were diametrically opposed to senator ted kennedy who are coming out in droves today praising his career on the senate. we learned that former president george w. bush called mrs. vicky kennedy this morning and passed on their condolences. senator ted kennedy worked with president bush on a child left behind. most people you ta
. >> they drive me crazy. >> bret favre is being used in a campaign to highlight how hard it is for some guys to make up their minds. not only is the commercial funny, but you see the out takes on you tube. >> that's brilliant. i wonder how you were going to spring it together with k mart. you managed to do it beautifully. >> as always. thank you very much. appreciate it. >> while it is moving on and no secret that going to the right school can give you a leg up in the world, but it can make you fabulously wealthy. harvard which i believe i head in your publication has turned out more billionaires than any other college on the planet. bill gates even though he didn't graduate and michael bloomberg and on and on. why harvard? >> 54 billionaires come from harvard and number two is stanford with 25. harvard creams the competition, so to speak. harvard has a great business school and also attracted a great amount of talent and you have to realize that billiona e billionaires have a lot of smarts and ambition and they need certain networking. >> what are about the networking? >> any schools on th
distance of the angels. beginning a 10-game road trip without kinsler. facing bret anderson who has a 1.85 e.r.a. over the last six starts. the rangers have just scored. bases loaded, nobody out. two outs in the top of the fifth. rangers up 1-0 on the a's. >> nfl now, bills running back marshon lynch will have to serve his three-game suspension for violating the nfl's personal conduct policy. lynch's appeal was denied but he'll be allowed to participate in pre-season practices and games before september 5. >> bad news for the eagles. according to espn radio in philadelphia, stewart likely to miss the season with a torn acl. randy wouldn't talk about it saying they violated a pact, which means they talk to him about the injuries, not players. >> colts wide receiver rolled up to camp in a dump truck and was dressed as a construction worke worker. >> -- successful. >> pretty creative. >> we watched it on the news right before he watched "entourage," i guess i can say that, a new show, pretty creative, i think. that's what you expect. i can't say we were surprised. we would have been surpri
. that's what happened to hundreds of veterans; including bret casey. he joins us now. set the scene for us here. how did this letter come to your attention? >> thanks, john. i got a phone call from my mother last wednesday afternoon. and she -- she said she needed to read a letter to me. and she and my father had already read the letter. she stated the letter is from the veterans affairs and states that you've been diagnosed with lou gehrig's disease. >> put up the text of that letter. quote, according to records of the department of veterans affairs, you have a diagnosis. it's a disease that ice invariably fatal. it robs you of your life. you become bound in a wheelchair, you can't swallow, you die a long and lingering death. what was your reaction when your parents read you that letter? >> i was horrified to say the least. i was actually driving when my mother read the letter to me. so i immediately pulled off the road and several minutes before i could pull myself back together. i asked her to read the letter to me a second time and a third. just horrified. >> did you go through
that happened with columbia back in 20 2003 when it was bret down by foam that knocked a hole in the left wing. they want to make sure nothing like this happens on a mission going up. if they should, they have the safe haven you know of the space station to await coming back. again, they want to make sure they have this under control if they can. they have asked to look at what it means if they take another hard look at it because of a remote robotic ship coming up by the japanese to the space station and a crew change by the russians, it will be october before they can launch "discovery." >> let me ask you about something else, they are talking about $15 million to send commercial passengers to space. how real is this? >> it can't be real right now. usa know, you've been here, covered the stuff. $50 million doesn't buy a tank of gas. there's a lot of study going onna lot of flights taking place by commercial enterprise. they should be, and they will get there, but they are not there now. what we have going right now was designed the areas one and areas five and orrian spacecraft, this is wher
. bosworth said bret it takes too long to get going and it is too small. it is not too flexible, especially at the local level. that is a bigger problem when people are willing to pay you to buy buses but not to pay bus drivers, you can be in a situation where people are laying off bus drivers and a half an offer to buy buses and what do you do with that? that is multiplied overall. i don't think this was the optimal way to provide stimulus and offset the recession of state and local fiscal actions that are cyclical. we to exactly the wrong thing when we are raising our taxes and cutting our spending in a recession. on the other hand, a lot of it is happening. the most significant impact may be long-term, which is outside the range of stimulus. some of the money that is in here, not even the larger amount, will have a positive effect. for instance, i should have mentioned, i am on the metro board and the washington area and we are getting too good million dollars in investment funds that we desperately need for capital. we had $500 million and we are getting $200 million. we are cutting our
>> our guestse martin anderson, or bret baier, and on kessler, and we will be taking your phone calls and tweetts. >> sonia sotomayor attended a white house reception this week with president obama. we will show and as part of c- span's america and the courts. saturday, 7:00 eastern. >> the contributing editor to "news whip" profiling people who have overcome significant obstacles in their life. >> this fall, enter the home of america's court from grand public places to place is only accessible to the justices. the supreme court, coming the first sunday in october. host: we continue with our look at some of the nation's leading mayors. joining us from new york city is the mayor of newark, new jersey. thank you for being with us. guest: thanks for having me on. host: a centerpiece for your campaign was public safety. how are we doing? guest: we have made a lot of progress. we are down 40% in shootings. down 1/3 in murders. the largest decrease in the nation in both indices over the last three years, but any new yorker would tell you that we have a lot of work to do. we will continue to
saying new budget estimates adds $2 trillion to the deficit over the next decade. bret now previews "special report." bret: coming up, cash for clunkers closing up shop monday, but how long will it take for dealers to get paid, and the top two democrats in the house have different messages on healthcare. join me in 28 minutes for "special report." now back to glenn. glenn: welcome back to the glenn beck program. i want to let you in on something special that we will be doing in the coming days and weeks. this coming monday i'm going to be unveiling many things that well, a lot of people would not like you to see. by the end of the week, i'm going to tell you exactly what you can do about it. it will solve a pledge, and members of congress. it's just a few simple questions surrounding taxes spending energy, straightforward extraordinarily clear. i want you to be here all next week, and then we'll ask the members of congress to post their answers and we'll post them at foxnation.com. tuneú0 in monday, monday it
that and bret baier's investigation, all -- >> dave: and the father said she loves his daughter whether she's a christian or a muslim and welcomes her home and she would be of sa if he comes home. >> clayton: and on twitter right now, a lot of people are writing and saying they have reached out to charlie crist the governor of florida and gotten immediate responses, within 12 hours and the office of the governor down there in florida has been highly communicative and a lot of people are saying it shows what the governor -- he's a stand-up guy. >> caller: he's a great guy and he's a -- a great governor, and, my mom says he'll be a great senator from the sunshine state and charlie will not let it happen, i'll tell you now. >> clayton: we have to ask you this question, we are going to talk about this coming up here in the -- in a moment, are you on twitter? are you on facebook, using social networking. >> caller: i hate to say i'm not. i do have a blog that i write to occasionally, but... i haven't -- i haven't figured out all the abbreviations yet. >> alisyn: i'm not surprised and here's why,
this season in the nfl, and brett favre says he's retired and vick want a home, who does play sooner. >> bret has options. i'm not sure michael has options right now. i think there are a lot more terms interested in michael than they are letting on. >> dave: i want to talk about last super bowl, very entertaining, steelers-cardinals and who do you think goes back and who will we be watching in super bowl 44. >> in the nfc, a little more wide open, i look at the giant as a team that is reload and eli has the new deal, $97 million! >> dave: must be nice. >> million dollars, is must be really nice and i made 38 grand my reich year. >> dave: and now your son makes a little more than that, he was the second pick of the rams'. >> he picked up dinner this summer a couple of times actually, which was a refreshing change. >> dave: he was on our show talking about the pressure of being your son, and how do you weigh your role in terms of you want to pass on lessons you have learned, but you don't want to be overimposing. >> i always try to be back in the shadows. when it comes to his time. because it i
] very intelligent person but it appears to me sometimes you cater to bret him and they seem to be two of the most intolerant -- that comes on as new analysis. would you answer that question and then i have another. do you cater to those people? >> guest: i think they're smart people and they are my colleagues at fox news, so often at fox news which is more conservative that is the niche that fox news occupies i find myself having to react to them and engage and debate them so when they have a good point i acknowledge it but i think i am there to bring up different points of view and make sure that the discussion has variety and from my point of view reality because i think oftentimes they can go off to the right side of the political spectrum. >> caller: [inaudible] >> guest: i'm sorry? >> caller: you call them conservative by donner call them in tolerant. in reference to jerry thomas, the first president bush i don't think he intended to have another black man on the court. i think what he did, he gave, it wasn't -- clarence thomas at the time because he thought he wasn't going to ge
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